- Martin Capacity for Markov Chains, with Yuval Peres and Robin Pemantle
- Conformal invariance of Voronoi percolation, with Oded Schramm
- Percolation beyond Z^d, with O. S.
- Every graph with a positive Cheeger constant contains a tree with a positive Cheeger constant, with O. S.
- On the support of harmonic measure for the random walk
- Distingushing sceneries by observing the scenery along a random walk path, with Harry Kesten
- Unpredictable Paths and Percolation, with Robin Pemantle and Yuval Peres
- Exceptional Planes of Percolation, with O. S.
- Expanders are not Hyperbolic
- Cut sets and normed cohomology with applications to percolation, with Eric Babson
- Group invariant percolation on graphs, with Russell Lyons Yuval Peres and Oded Schramm
- Critical percolation on any nonamenable group has no infinite clusters, with Russell Lyons Yuval Peres and Oded Schramm
- Uniform spanning forests, with Russell Lyons Yuval Peres and Oded Schramm
- Percolation perturbation in potential theory and random walks, with Russell Lyons and Oded Schramm
- Large scale degrees and the number of spanning clusters for the uniform spanning tree
- Volume, Cheeger and Gromov
- On random graph homomorphisms into Z, with Olle Haggstrom and Elchanan Mossel
- Noise sensitivity of Boolean functions and applications to percolation, with Gil Kalai and Oded Schramm
- Upper bounds on the height difference of the Gaussian random field and the range of random graph homomorphism into Z, with Gideon Schechtman
- On the effect of adding epsilon-Bernoulli percolation to everywhere percolating subgraphs of the lattice, with Olle Haggstrom and Oded Schramm
- Percolation in the hyperbolic plane, with Oded Schramm
- A large Wiener sausage from crumbs, with Omer Angel and Yuval Peres
- On the mixing time of simaple random walk on the super critical percolation cluster, with Elchanan Mossel
- Unbaiased finite planar graphs are asymptotically recurrent , with Oded Schramm
- The diamater of long range percolation clusters on finite cycles with Noam Berger
- Which properties of a random sequence are daynmically sensitive? with Olle Haggstrom, Yuval Peres and Jeff Steif
- Nash-Williams and Heat Kernel Lower Bounds, Probabilistically
- Survival of the weak in hyperbolic spaces, a remark on competition and geometry

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